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February 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Denver, CO

February 5 - February 7
Hyatt Place DTC, 8300E Crescent Parkway
Englewood, CO 80111 United States
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This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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March 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Las Vegas, NV

March 12 - March 14
Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas, NV United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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May 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: San Diego, CA

May 21 - May 23
San Diego, CA San Diego, CA United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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June 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Portland, OR

June 25 - June 27
Portland, OR Portland, OR United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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July 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Salt Lake City, UT

July 16 - July 18
Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City, UT United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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September 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: San Francisco, CA

September 24 - September 26
San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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October 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Phoenix, AZ

October 8 - October 10
Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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December 2019

Techniques for Applied Process Control: Seattle, WA

December 3 - December 5
Seattle, WA Seattle, WA United States + Google Map

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

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